Video sentiment analysis as a decision-making process is inherently complex . Inspired by recent advances in quantum cognition, we show that the sentiment judgment from one modality could be incompatible with the judgment from another, i.e., the order matters and they cannot be jointlymeasured to produce a final decision . The cognitive process exhibits “quantum-like” biases that cannot be captured by classical probability theories . We propose a fundamentally new, quantum cognitivelymotivated fusion strategy for predicting sentiment judgments . The concept of incompatibility allows effective handling of all combination patterns, including those extreme cases that are wrongly predicted by alluni-modal classifiers . The results also show thatthe concept of . all combinationpatterns, including . those extreme . cases that were wrongly predicted, wrongly predicted

Author(s) : Dimitris Gkoumas, Qiuchi Li, Shahram Dehdashti, Massimo Melucci, Yijun Yu, Dawei Song

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Keywords : sentiment - quantum - decision - wrongly - predicted -

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